Refurbished All-in-One Computers

Acer Chromebase 24V2 i7 8550U 1.8GHz 8GB 128GB SSD 23.8" Touch | B-Grade 3mth Wty

  • Intel Core i7 8550U
  • 8GB RAM / 128GB Solid State Hard Drive
  • 23.8" Full HD 1920x1080 Touch Display


17% OFF
RRP $899.00

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SKU: 164435-B

Dell Optiplex 7440 AIO i5 6500 3.2GHz 8GB 128GB SSD DW 23" W10P | 3mth Wty

  • Intel Core i5 6th Gen.
  • 8GB RAM /128GB Solid State Hard Drive
  • 23" Full HD 1920x1080 Non-Touch Display


14% OFF
RRP $399.00

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SKU: 167779

Dell Optiplex 7440 AIO i5 6500 3.2GHz 8GB 128GB SSD DW 23" W10P | B-Grade

  • Intel Core i5 6th Gen.
  • 8GB RAM /128GB Solid State Hard Drive
  • 23" Full HD 1920x1080 Non-Touch Display


21% OFF
RRP $399.00

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SKU: 167779-B

HP EliteOne 800 G1 AIO i5 4590s 3GHz 4GB 500GB 23" FHD W10P | NO STAND 3mth Wty

  • Intel Core i5 4th Gen.
  • 4GB RAM / 500GB HDD
  • 23" FHD Monitor


10% OFF
RRP $459.00

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SKU: 76044

Lenovo ThinkCenter Edge 71z AIO i3 2100 3.1GHz 4GB 320GB DW 20" W7P | B-Grade

  • Intel Core i3 2nd Gen. 2100 3.1GHz
  • 20" LCD 1600 x 900 Display (non-touch)
  • 4GB RAM / 320GB SATA Hard Drive


18% OFF
RRP $169.00

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SKU: 161001-B

Reboot IT has the largest range of refurbished all in one computer on sale in Australia The AIO (All-in-One) computer is a convenient and space saving system for home, study, or the office. The computer is built into the screen so you get a full desktop package in the space a monitor will take, making it very hand for those with little desk space.

Our range of used all-in-ones are affordable and available in brands such as Acer, Lenovo, HP, and Dell.

All-in-One Buying Guide
AIO's are a great alternative to buying a desktop package as they are in one convenient space saving package. So, to pick the best AIO for you follow our buying guide tips.

The first consideration is the screen, how big do you need and do you need it to be touchscreen. Most AIO's will come with at least a 23" screen, getting anything smaller would mean you could consider a laptop unless your space is very limited. Selecting at least a 23" screen will mean you will get at least Full HD 1920x1080 resolution screen which means you can view multiple windows at once or work on that large spreadsheet with ease.

Touch or no touch? These is good for shops but not usually a necessary feature for families. A basic rule of thumb is that if you will need to use the touch screen features at least 50% of the time, you should get a touchscreen display, otherwise you may be paying for a feature you will not use.

The CPU is the next consideration, and you need to look to see if the all-in-one has a full-blown desktop CPU or a mobile version. The desktop chips are more powerful and the better choice in most cases. Typically a manufacturer may use a mobile CPU to keep the cost down or because the AIO is very slim and they need a low voltage CPU to ensure it does not overheat. A quick way to tell if a CPU is a mobile version is when it has a U at the end.

RAM is also important, 8GB minimum is usually best for most users unless you usually have multiple applications open at once, in which case we would recommend 16GB. In terms of hard drives, SSD (solid state drives) are usually better to go with from purely a speed point of view. If you have a lot files or storage, you will need to go with a mechanical drive (high capacity SSD drives are quite expensive). Will all the free cloud storage around, you can consider a smaller SSD drive and store all your larger files online.